Melania Trump Visits US-Mexico Border Again

The President's tweet is the latest attempt to defend his now reversed policy of separating children from their parents by claiming it is similar to what Obama did when he was in power

Border officials to stop referring immigrant families for prosecution

Trump stirred an worldwide furor with a policy called "zero tolerance" that resulted in the government taking immigrant children from parents caught unlawfully crossing the US border with Mexico.

Melania Trump has returned to the Mexico-US border after her fashion faux pas last week when her jacket screamed 'I Really Don't Care, Do U?' Her fashion choice this time around was much more tasteful.

More than 2,000 children have been taken away from their parents at the U.S. border with Mexico, under the Trump administration's "zero tolerance" immigration policy.

"She's learning that these people at [Health and Human Services] facilities are providing some outstanding care under hard circumstances", Grisham said.

On Thursday, Melania made her second trip to the border in response to the widespread backlash to Trump's cruel zero tolerance immigration policy (which has both separated families and placed babies in cages).

ABC's Lauren Pearle and Justin Doom contributed reporting to this article.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions vigorously defended the Trump administration's controversial migrant detention efforts on Monday, blaming undocumented parents for putting their young children at risk of being separated from them. Though Grisham dismissed speculation that the jacket had any "hidden meaning", President Trump later tweeted that it was aimed at the "fake news media".

Melania Trump donned sneakers, white trousers and a black sweater. During this trip, she will also tour Tucson Coordinating Center, a short-term holding facility, as well as the Department Of Homeland Security Facility.

Protesters spent Thursday morning outside a facility for detained children in Tucson that's operated by the nonprofit Southwest Key.

Chief Patrol Agent Rodolfo Karisch of the Tucson Sector Border Patrol told the first lady that there was "a lot of misinformation" about their handling of children who were caught crossing the border illegally.

Trump visited with some of the 55 children at the shelter, about 10% of whom had been separated from their parents at a border intake facility.

A federal judge on Tuesday ordered that thousands of migrant children and parents be reunited within 30 days - and sooner if the youngster is under five. It's not clear yet how the administration will meet the deadline.

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